Katya Gordon for the Lake County News-Chronicle
It's that time again.
In a recent column I mentioned that Republicans have a golden opportunity to lead the way with climate solutions.
We live in amazing times, and last week’s perusal of the U.S. Senate floor on climate legislation is current proof.
Last week, I attended a stimulating and informative conference at the University of Minnesota Duluth campus, "Our Climate Futures: Meeting the Challenges in Duluth."
So what is this H.R. Bill 763 (The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act) mentioned in last week's climate column? I have told you that this bill will save lives, reduce air pollution and put money in the pocketbooks of Americans.
I like to think of us as a town of mariners. It's not exactly accurate, I know.
A big change has come to Two Harbors. Have you noticed?
In the hopes that someday this article will qualify for the News-Chronicle's "Lake County Past" column, one of my favorite reads, I'm going to bring readers up to speed with recent political developments that may have long-term historic impacts.
Last week, I watched a documentary titled "How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change."
Last week, we discussed the importance of improving and expanding our recycling use in Lake County.